Ralf Mardorf wrote:
I don't know. I wouldn't bother with any 'vintage' option for GNOME3;
GNOME3 gobbles way too much memory (1GB!!!!) for my taste.
Sorry, I consider all varieties of the GNOME desktop to be an insult.
Their design philosophy appears to be: "Now that we've removed THAT
functionality, what else can we remove?" Eventually, the GNOME desktop
will consist of one button in the middle of the screen that reads:
authenticity, honesty, community
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